Arc'teryx Mistaya Coat - Women's

Arc'teryx Mistaya Coat - Women's
Arc'teryx Mistaya Coat - Women's
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Mistaya Coat - Women's by Arc'teryx
The longest shell in Arc'teryx's lifestyle collection, the Mistaya Coat is designed to keep you dry and comfortable on your urban commutes in inclement weather. Its fully sealed Gore-Tex construction prevents moisture from seeping through the jacket during torrential downpours while still allowing vapor to escape to keep you comfortable on your longer commutes. Even with this waterproof construction, the Mistaya has a canvas-like texture for a quiet and comfortable wear. These features pair with the coat's clean lines and slim fit to provide you with a sophisticated aesthetic for your urban commutes.

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SKU: ARC010A
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